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Appropriate feedback in primary computing — L. Greifenstein | Computing education research

Programming in primary schools presents a lot of opportunities, such as the chance to promote positive attitudes towards computer science at an early stage. At the same time, educators need to give corrective feedback that can enhance learning, but might also reduce positive emotions. In this seminar, Luisa Greifenstein (University of Passau) shares strategies for giving appropriate feedback. She presents some findings of a survey her team conducted with experienced teachers and the results of the team’s workshops where they evaluated different feedback options and children’s opinions on them. Luisa wants to describe not only the content of the feedback but also discuss encouraging ways of giving it. Another strategy to support the process of giving feedback is using automated analysis tools. Therefore, Luisa shows the Litterbox tool, which can be used on Scratch and mBlock code.

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